2013 Deep Freeze Dip JumpersPublished by on
Making a Splash
More than 40 brave men and women jumped into the icy waters of Lake Okabena Saturday afternoon for Winterfest's Deep Freeze Dip to raise money for the Jami Cummings Learn to Swim program. The temperature hovered in the low teens all afternoon, and a chilly breeze had more than one spectator shaking their heads in amazement as the jumpers took turns leaping into the frigid water. Fundraising came up just a bit short of the $25,000 goal, but a final tally has not been reached as money is still rolling in. You can still donate and help push to the $25,000 mark! Contact event coordinator Chad Cummings today!
Radio Works and the Southwest Minnesota Fishing Club are proud to put on another successful Deep Freeze Dip and extend appreciation to all who donated! Through your dedication, we are happy to announce that over $120,000 in the last four years alone have come from Radio Works and Southwest Minnesota Fishing Club's efforts and have gone back to local organizations. Be ready as we team up again next year for 5th Annual Deep Freeze Dip brought to you by Radio Works and the Southwest Minnesota Fishing Club, in conjunction with Worthington's Winterfest!
Video footage of the event can be found below. Looking for pictures? We've got them here for you as well!
RECENTLY ADDED - check out the most recent video of the Deep Freeze Dip, created by Dave Herbert!